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TexansR#1
10-09-2005, 08:59 PM
This is the quotes they said on ABC 13 tonight when i watched it .. i dont have exact site but this is best from my memory. Capers are you going to make any more coaching changes for the rest of the season? " No, we will not be making any more coaching changes this year." Capers you do realize you have to play with the same players for the rest of the season theres no changing now? " We have talent on this team there just not performing at there best right now" Same q?'s were asked to Mcnair and this is what he said " Im worried about my team right now". " Dom will make any coaching changes for the rest of the year, I will not" . These quotes are pretty close just give or take a faw words. Sounds like there just trying to cover their *** for the poor coaching we have on this team!

stephen1
10-09-2005, 09:01 PM
its time for dom to man up and resign. lets give up this seasons for some long term success.

F-minus67
10-09-2005, 09:06 PM
How exactly did McNair make all of his money? I mean after the 4 game losing streak, you'd think that McNair would realize that the coaching staff is pretty horrible.

Grid
10-09-2005, 09:07 PM
if we wait till the end of the year.. we will have the pick of all the coaches whos contracts are expiring..or that are being fired.

Also sounds like once the season is over, McNair will be in charge of coaching changes :)

Grid
10-09-2005, 09:11 PM
no but there are plenty of reasons for not firing your head coach mid season.. one of the biggest being that it isnt very professional.

Double Barrel
10-09-2005, 09:15 PM
No doubt, I heard Capers' quote on FoxSports: "We are going to look at game tape tomorrow, and see if we need to make any adjustments."

:um:

ummmm....IF, Coach?

I see a look on Capers' face that looks like he's lost touch with his team. I saw the same look on Jack Pardee's face with the Oilers. And I saw the same look on Larry Dierkers face with the Astros, too.

I don't like that look. It's not a good look.

:dontknowa

Join the Fire Capers Club

And remember, there is no Fire Capers Club

powda
10-09-2005, 09:19 PM
what isnt very profesional is continueing to pawn this team off as pro and sale it to the fans.

mcnair should be secretly hirring a couple of outside nfl consultants soon to help him determine how deeply he needs to rebuild.

i can say that even as a fan of casserly. when we get to 0-6 carr should be put aside and the rest of the year should be used to evaluate the players on the entire roster...when they get done with 53 then bring in the practice squad. just dont make any desperation trades......please.

HJam72
10-09-2005, 09:22 PM
There is no fire Capers club. There is no Capers. McNair can't fire Capers because there is no Capers and there is no McNair. Most of all, THERE IS NO FREAKING TEAM.

This has all been a figment of your imagination. Sleep well. Nighty night.

Grid
10-09-2005, 09:22 PM
I dont beleive it. Otherwise there are alot of teams out there which are completely unprofessional.. because VERY rarely do you see a coach released before the end of the season.

Why make the change now? Putting an unexperienced coach in there isnt going to do us any better.. and if for some reason the new coach did do fairly well and got us to finish 7-9 or something.. then we lose the high draft pick that we could really use to get back on track.

bottom line.. the only excuse for firing capers now is to appease the bloodthirsty fans. Personally.. id rather let him finish the year.. do it the RIGHT way.. and not confuse the players be bringing in a temporary head coach now.

Double Barrel
10-09-2005, 09:29 PM
bottom line.. the only excuse for firing capers now is to appease the bloodthirsty fans. Personally.. id rather let him finish the year.. do it the RIGHT way.. and not confuse the players be bringing in a temporary head coach now.

Good point.

Unless we can get Jimi Johnson to take over mid-season. ;)

Malloy
10-10-2005, 12:24 AM
It isn't very professional to let your entire business underachieve. In business, when the leader doesn't produce results, he is removed from his leadership position. I believe that McNair NOT making a change is unprofessional. I don't think McNair will stand for the poor performance.

You don't remove a leader based on one months bad numbers.

Wolf
10-10-2005, 12:35 AM
one month? he has had more than that.. I remember McNair last year saying we have to protect our QB (or to that extent) ...nothing was done except add Riley and we are worse off now..To me this offense is worse (and defense) than it was in 2002...

touttail
10-10-2005, 03:20 AM
This really perturbed me to no end!!!!!!!!!!!!
In Monday's Chronicle Caper made this statement---"We're going to take a good look (today) to see IF we can make adjustments."

Is this guy gone completely off his rocker?????????????

If you don't make SOME kind of adjustments, you won't win another damn game all year.

You are 0-4 for the season, getting your butt kicked every game! You can't make not one third down play during the entire Titan game! Your QB is on track to set yet another sack record with 108 sacks! Your defense has not one turnover! Your defense can't cover even mediocre wide recievers!

And your Coach is saying he will see IF they can make adjustments!!!! What a joke for a coaching staff!

bobby 119C :brickwall

OzzO
10-10-2005, 05:26 AM
Im worried about my team right now that's all I needed to hear from the big boss.... for now.

HoustonFan
10-10-2005, 05:51 AM
The way that I read McNair's response was that any coaching changes were up to Dom. He will make the decision as to whether any coaching changes need to be made. Meaning, Dom and Co. need to get this thing together and find a way to get this team's confidence back and start winning, or it won't be a Happy New Year come the end of that game.

TexanExile
10-10-2005, 05:57 AM
Paging Mr. Casserly, Mr. Charley Casserly. Are you there, sir?

touttail
10-10-2005, 06:09 AM
Paging Mr. Casserly, Mr. Charley Casserly. Are you there, sir?

He's probably with Dom watching game film seeing IF they need to make some changes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

bobby 119C :brickwall

the wonger need food
10-10-2005, 07:35 AM
"I'm worried about my team right now".
- Well, that's good to hear. I was half-expecting a statement about progress in some area.

"Dom will make any coaching changes for the rest of the year, I will not".
- Dom WILL make coaching changes or has the option to?

Either way, it sounds like Bob doesn't really care about fixing anything right now so we will have to continue the slide for a while. Maybe he will see the light when his revenue numbers starts to take a hit.

ocd
10-10-2005, 07:56 AM
This really perturbed me to no end!!!!!!!!!!!!
In Monday's Chronicle Caper made this statement---"We're going to take a good look (today) to see IF we can make adjustments."

Is this guy gone completely off his rocker?????????????

If you don't make SOME kind of adjustments, you won't win another damn game all year.

You are 0-4 for the season, getting your butt kicked every game! You can't make not one third down play during the entire Titan game! Your QB is on track to set yet another sack record with 108 sacks! Your defense has not one turnover! Your defense can't cover even mediocre wide recievers!

And your Coach is saying he will see IF they can make adjustments!!!! What a joke for a coaching staff!

bobby 119C :brickwall



Could not be said any better than this. Everybody that made fun of me in the off-season for saying we were stupid for not addressing the O-line, well, here we are. Capers was gone in the 4th year at Carolina and Houston...cool.

Kaiser Toro
10-10-2005, 08:01 AM
"I'm worried about my team right now".
- Well, that's good to hear. I was half-expecting a statement about progress in some area.

"Dom will make any coaching changes for the rest of the year, I will not".
- Dom WILL make coaching changes or has the option to?

Either way, it sounds like Bob doesn't really care about fixing anything right now so we will have to continue the slide for a while. Maybe he will see the light when his revenue numbers starts to take a hit.

I respect your forward thinking ideas, but I do not think McNair will be hit that bad even if we stop drinking and eating at the concession stands. I would find it hard to believe that most of his cash is not from annuity streams. Transactional concessions may be bottom line gravy if that at all.

I think general disdain, such as this message board and other outlets, in this circumstance is the best tool.

juurdane
10-10-2005, 08:09 AM
Hello, I though that Capers should be fired. But I changed my mind after watching the game at Reliant Park, and the Texans TV program with Bob Allen, yesterday.

Now, I'm a firm believer that Charlie Casserly should be the one fire; all personnel gaps (He let Jammal Brown go to the Saints...Nothing against T. Johnson but getting the best OT in the draft should has been our priority) and all the wasted draft picks are consequences of his bad decisions. He even went into the TV program justifying what happened yesterday; What a hard face!

Getting a good GM, with real Scouts is the only way to improve the team mid-long term, for as far as Casserly stays all personnel will try to be justified and future mistakes will be done.

After Casserly is fired, Capers should resign; this happened in Cleveland and Miami last season. Main Reason: the team quit on the coach. It doesn't matter if a change of strategy is done, the players won't execute as right now they're playing to save face instead of going for the win by all means. He can't motivate then, He can't gain their trust (Look at Carr, Johnson and Robinson quotes), He can't make them play hard.

Bob, fire Casserly and let Capers go!. Reach out for an elite GM and Coach before you start to see Reliant with 50% empty seats.

By the way, Can I return my 2005 season tickets?